"It looks like the police have some explaining to do in Ohio," Glenn said this morning.
Glenn was referring to the disturbing details coming out of Cleveland, Ohio regarding the three women, Berry, 27, Michelle Knight, 32, and Gina DeJesus, about 23, who were kidnapped and held captive as sex slaves for nearly a decade. It's now being reported that neighbors are claiming to have witnessed three naked women crawling on hands and knees with dog leashes around their necks and three men controlling them…SEVERAL years ago, according to the Daily Mail. A different neighbor says they heard pounding on the home's doors and noticed plastic bags over the windows.
Both times the police showed up, but never went inside of the home.
"Neighbors say they called cops two years ago. They saw a naked woman crawling around — now, this is where it gets interesting — neighbors say they called the cops two years ago when they saw a naked woman calling around Castro's backyard, but officers dismissed it as a prank. Another call, another call was reportedly made when neighbors saw three girls crawling around on all fours with nothing but dog leashes around their neck," Glenn said.
"Remember, these are the people that you are hired — that the President is trying to tell you 'they'll protect you. They'll protect you'. How many calls did they get?" Glenn asked. "Remember, you see something, you say something, they dismiss it. And in the end if you don't have a way to protect yourself, you got nothing."
The women were impregnated a combined five times during the ten year period. Only one of the five surviving — a 6-year-old little girl rescued from the home yesterday along with her mother, Amanda Berry.
"Authorities plan to dig up the home's backyard to look for the other babies' bodies," Glenn noted.
Glenn went on to note that the home is now being described by the media as the "house of horrors" in the media — noting the sad irony that the media all of a sudden cares about the babies who may have been ill-treated and murdered in this home, while epically failing to cover the Kermit Gosnell trial.
"The media cares about this one but they don't care about what happened in Philadelphia," he said.
"Why is the media suddenly horrified about what might be in the backyard?" Glenn asked. "Because we also know that Philadelphia had viable babies, viable "fetuses," if you will. Viable babies were killed and nobody cares about that. Now all of a sudden everybody cares, and I'm just trying to figure out why."
Unfortunately, Glenn does know why. It's because the left has a pro-choice agenda, and they don't want to highlight anything that might expose the horrors of the abortion industry.
Glenn also noted that the FBI is planning to ask the victims in Ohio if they have any knowledge about a young woman named Ashley Summers, who disappeared from the same neighborhood at the age of 14 in 2007. While they're hoping the three women who were rescued earlier this week will know her whereabouts, the chances of a miracle in the case is highly unlikely.
"I don't think you're going to find one here," he said. "
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